Putting it together now: The most trusted covid-19 model is a whole

Each week, each team not only submits prediction points that predict a single numerical result (for example, 500 people will die in a week). They also submitted probabilistic forecasts to…

WhatsApp’s fight with India could have global impact

WhatsApp is fighting For the privacy of citizens of the world’s largest democracy.This week, the Facebook-owned messaging platform Sued the Indian government to challenge new IT rules that require messaging…

Lemonade’s disturbing Twitter post reveals how AI-driven insurance went wrong

Lemonade, a fast-growing insurance application driven by machine learning, has launched a real lemon Twitter topic On Monday, he proudly announced that his AI will analyze customer videos when determining…

Promote the digital transformation of medical technology companies

Medical technology and pharmaceutical companies are transitioning beyond biopharmaceuticals, medical devices and equipment to provide comprehensive patient care. The key is to support sustainable proactive, predictive and personalized care delivery…

Uber’s union agreement in the UK does not mean its battle is over

The App Drivers & Couriers Alliance (ADCU), formed by the original Uber claimants Aslam and Farrar, also plans to fight Uber in the High Court because it tried To verify…

Unprecedented wiper malware is hitting Israeli targets

Researchers say they Found a new disk wipe malicious software Pretend as Ransomware Because it launched destructive attacks on Israeli targets. Technology studio This story originally appeared in Technology studio,…

Many identity crises of “Sonic the Hedgehog”

Sonic Adventure Became a system vendor when launched with Namco’s weapon fighter in September 1999 Soul of Sword. adventure Its sequel proves Sonic’s elegance and maturity, which is a confident…

Instagram’s giveaway promises cash and cars, but who wins?

In 1851, inventor and entrepreneur Benjamin T. Babbitt (Benjamin T. Babbitt) began to travel in trucks to various parts of the United States, buying baking soda to provide consumers with…

From Amazon, Apple, Comcast and AT&T: Who owns the media today

The media landscape in the past was simple: content companies (studios) produced things (TV shows and movies) and sold them to pay-TV distributors, who sold them to consumers. Everything is…

Amazon, taxes, and woke corporations: Be suspicious of business benevolence

We’re living in an age of benevolent corporations, or at least corporations that want to be perceived as such. In early April, outgoing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tossed off a…